1st Corinthians

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Paul shows incredibly strong conviction in his beliefs and goes into detail of what one can and cannot do in a marriage. This is a great issue because marriage is the only acceptable arena for sex in his mind. As for divorce, he only accepts it in the case that an unbelieving partner wants to leave because they are not holy...
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As for divorce, he only accepts it in the case that an unbelieving partner wants to leave because they are not holy. Once again, he proves very conservative in his views on marriage. Paul actually never even advocates marriage in the first place. He believes that, as a temple of God, the human body should not be concerned with any earthly matters or desires...
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